Ruger will match up to $5 million to help the NRA protect the 2nd Amendment in this important election year.
Smith will pay $95 million to acquire the light and laser company.
“Let no man despise thy youth, but be thou an example . . .”
The two organizations are joining forces to promote the Second Amendment and firearm safety, and hunters and shooters are benefitting as a result.
What does this mean for the future of BB guns?
Nothing says elegance and sophistication like classical music and high-end firearms.
The number of shooters, sponsors, exhibitors, and, most importantly, charitable donations have all risen since the inaugural shoot in 2015.
Old eyes and iron sights can go together, provided you take the necessary steps.
Sporting Classics and the Daily will be there. You should be, too.
The author weighs in on an age-old problem having ramifications in the here and now.